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Old 14-03-2013, 11:31   #1
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Non-Skid Foam Pad Search

Does anyone know where I can find a 4 x 8' sheet of this? It's a 1/8" thick adhesive backed non-skid foam pad used on trailers & jet skis. I need large pieces for another application and can't find it. I found small pre-cut pieces at greatlakesskipper.com but they were unable to help find it in larger pieces. A similar product says it is manufactured by Tracker Marine but they don't have it either.

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Old 14-03-2013, 11:36   #2
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Re: Non-Skid Foam Pad Search

The diamond shape looks wrong but you might be able to get by with Treadmaster (which I think is a Lewmar thing now).
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Re: Non-Skid Foam Pad Search

Friend of mine has something similar on his deck.He got it at home depot or something-used for bathtubs and showers.
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Swim Platform Pad Sheet Material

One of many "marine antiskid decking" and similar names. There's also cork composite, and fake cork composit, a number of companies with similar products. Each exclusive and better than anything else, of course.
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